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LĂłpez-Ibor Abogados | Spain | 18 Jan 2023

Should you use English law in a Spanish M&A contract?

đź•‘ 5 minutes The stronger party to an M&A contract with a Spanish element will often select, or somehow impose, English or New York law as the governing law. It is fair to say that English law offers predictable solutions in contractual disputes between parties of equal bargaining power and admits little or no limitations on freedom to contract. However, in the real world, this use of common......
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Immigration Law Associates | Belgium, Bulgaria, European Union | 27 Jun 2022

Non-compliance with due entitlements’ for posted workers’ remuneration-criminal sanctions

Recently the Belgian Court of Cassation confirmed a ruling in which overall sentences of 12 months imprisonment and EUR 464.000 criminal fines were…
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GRAF ISOLA Rechtsanwälte GmbH | Austria | 19 Apr 2022

English or Austrian law after Brexit?

The Austrian Supreme Court recently had to decide whether the Brexit referendum has an impact on the issue of which law is applicable to contractual obligations. Although the Supreme Court correctly came to the conclusion that the Rome I Regulation continues to apply to contractual obligations, it seemingly applied this only to court proceedings instituted before the expiry of the Brexit......
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Global Restructuring Review | United Kingdom | 25 Feb 2022

England and Wales: Restructuring Reforms Put into Practice

The significant legislative changes introduced in 2020 were tested in practice over the course of 2021. This chapter considers the impact of these…
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